New pandemic measures enter into force, schools to go online until April 18



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New COVID-19 measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus will enter into force today as the country battles a surge of new infections.

Starting Wednesday, a nationwide curfew from 10 PM to 5 AM will be enforced.

Also, bars and restaurants will be closed for eleven days, or until the 18 of April, allowing only delivery and takeaway services.

Public and private education institutions will go online April 12-18, while universities from 7-18 of April.

Every citizen of Kosovo will have to provide e negative 72-hour CPR test prior to entering the country.

Shopping malls will also be closed until April 18, while public transportation services will be allowed to operate at a 50% capacity.



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